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to 1987 and the journey of pope john paul ii to northern california. and we look at the other papal visits to the united states. >> i give you my best wishes. >> and we look at the lives of john paul ii and the career to date of pope benedict xvi. >>> good evening and welcome to a second look. pope john paul ii came to san francisco at the time that the city was at the grips of the aids epidemic. what the pope did helped to comfort those with aids. he reached out and touched them offering a blessing an hope of healing. we have a report from that day. beginning with rita williams who was at mission dolores with the pope's visit to the california's oldest mission. >> reporter: john paul ii warmly greeted those along the center aisle of the pope. some of the 900 invited guests. the pope then approached the nine pews of aids patients. and certainly the most moving moment came when 4-year-old brendan ororke reached out to hug the holy father. little brendan contracted aids from a blood transfusion at birth. the pope then moved to other aids sufferers, most of them gay. it was the first time the
john paul began the morning in monterey county where he led a mass for tens of thousands of workers. >> reporter: thousands were given the day off. agustin romo and his family would be getting ready to pick strawberries were it not for the court. >> we have a great seat. >> you have the best seats in the house probably. >> i think so. >> reporter: this group is from the polish mission church in san jose. >> i'm catholic and he's the pope. and i came here to see him. it doesn't matter for me he's polish or a different nationality. for me it's the pope. >> reporter: not too far away we find maria cortinas not the best seat but good enough. >> are you cold maria? >> poquito. >> how do you like the view you have here? >> it's beautiful. she likes it. >> reporter: a few hours later, cortina's view no longer exists. heavy fog rolls in and while the papal preliminary continues the pope is heard but not seen. but many say the pope will be felt. the weather still caused enough concern to cancel the pope's helicopter ride into laguna seca. the pope's
and abc television networks before starting her television career and next is john. i met john about 10 years ago when he was starting off and had this crazy idea of operating a training center for public defenders and he did. he's no now the president and founder and one of the contributors to gideon's army, he's from john marshall law school where he teaches law and criminal procedure. he was in the post katrina and new orleans center. he trained people in the film. he received an advocacy fellowship and named a public interest fellow by harvard law school. next we have maurice call well. he was convicted in the housing project here in san francisco. there was no physical evidence linking him to the crime yet he was still convicted based on the false testimony of a single neighbor. he was sentence to life behind bars. in prison mr. colwell contacted the center for help and located two witnesses who saw the murder and said mr. colwell was not involved in anyway. they located the real killer who confessed and he committed the murder. that man is serving a life sentence for a subsequen
. they would stop for a drink and play polka, not polka, poker. and lynched to john gibbons play an accordion on his wooden leg. you had the sense of people having come over if not in mass by a great number to this other place with a kind of echo of that place being transposed into the world that became my world. so that of my mother's side of the family. my father's side was more mysterious. over time i heard stories of lost aunts and saint john >> new found land which is not where they are from and a deeper echo further back. i had my grandfather's passport from 1918, you could smell the must on it. all of the mysterious presences were there. my father's side was a mystery which we will get to eventually. and the third component is similar to what margaret was talking about. i irish american. i didn't know what a pure american was. none of my friends were pure americans. a lot of my friends were lebanese and from syria. i had yewish and irish american friends. all of our identities were mixed. my sense of being american was being in a mix of things. >> margaret could you also reflect in a
by assigning it an activity which is an expensive mess no matter who undertakes it. i would rather have john and steve use their powers of persuasion and libertarian instincts to apply to another need. privatize elementary schools. >> a subject for another conversation. we'll have that conversation. mike, by the way to clarify to, the tsa denied wrong doing with this marine. i wouldn't take their word or anybody's right now. >> my personal experience is all i can go by. when i have flown i've seen tsa be extremely inefficient. i remember going through check points and the magnetic scanners and then waiting at the boarding area after we all have gone through everything, three workers there one of them randomly would pick someone to check. the other two were standing there. >> sounds like one of these government work projects. >> i agree with mike it's inefficient. we have the tsa acting like bouncers at a bar, basically treating that marine or 95-year-old ladies like terrorists. the thing is when you privatize the people know that they have to treat customers with respect, not like they are p
on something that john -- said about taxi stands. i think the sooner we get taxi stands back where they belong the better the taxi service is going to be in this city and to follow up on something that mr. -- [inaudible] said to come up with any decision they may not make any decisions regarding illegal limosines in my lifetime and i say that partly tongue and cheek because i hope i am wrong but i have never seen any action -- [inaudible] and you know the thing is i think one of the rulings that the state puc made was we're not going to fine you until we look into everything. apparently, take that to mean -- i think that they are operating illegally right now so i think you as the board have the authority to ask for that. >> thank you. >> joan wood, john horn. >> is there any other members of the public who wish to address the board if they can fill out a speaker card and bring that to me, it would be appreciated. thank you. >> mr. heal ye? >> good afternoon. now the mic is on. [laughter] i was reading the economist you are going to be holding a world cup coming up here and how are you g
choeden, heidi, maria, mike howard, efrin, paul warner, john berry, john pakz ton, george and glen. >> thank you, supervisors, thank you miss miller. my name is peter vang. i'm a resident. i'm a great admirer of the emergency management and as you can from some of the reports that have been written but it's always been bothering me tremendously over the years that we know when we walk into the garages, down stair space of these apartment buildings we see these studies in sheet rock areas that are going to collapse. i'm so happy that the city administrators office is really thinking ahead because tenants must be given greater chance to be able to stay in their homes with their books, furniture and pets and neighbors. if we can somehow strengthen that ability to stay home it can mean huge benefit to the neighbors how we must rise through maybe 6 months or a year long crisis. i really admire this work you are doing. thank you very much. >> thank you, i'm with san francisco tomorrow. caps one of soft story building of a much larger array of much more affected buildings. it's a priori
is john newlin, president of the entertainment commission. i, however, and not john newlin. i have more hair than john newlin. but i am vice chair of the commission. permit compliance is up. the violence is down. a variety of entertainment is what makes our city great. we will touch on the upcoming party legislation -- party bus legislation and a safe place for our youth to go. after our panel discussion will have some regard groups so we can share ideas and brainstorm. we have a very luminary panel here. right now, i would like to introduce our cheap -- chief of police. [applause] >> good afternoon. i also am not john newlin, and i have less hair than him. [laughter] is a pleasure to be here for the second year. there are fewer people here. that might be because it has been a good year. as audrey suggests i believe that is because of partnership is up. we want to be a police department that you are comfortable calling before anything happens with out fear of having us say, no, we are going to shut it down. we want to work with you to make it happen, but it means as safely as possible.
further ado, i'd like to introduce supervisor john avalos to introduce our next award. (applause) >> thank you, daniel. and thank you all for being here for this great, great event. it is my honor and bridge to help bring up the folks who are part of the outstanding neighborhood watch group, part of the nay street neighborhood watch of district 11. (applause) >> we can bring up linda cook and patricia de font. i am really, really proud of this neighborhood watch group. we had some really hard times back in 2008. we had a few homicides in the excelsior district, one that is very well known, the bologna homicides. these tragedies are horrible if nothing else but to help communities organize. nay street neighbors really did that. they looked out for one another. they reached out. they created relationships where perhaps they didn't exist before. they looked at their neighborhood and thought, how can we make this neighborhood safer? and they've done amazing things. they've done greening, they planted last month scores of trees in the neighborhood. they brought the community together around ga
justice john roberts has a cousin from san francisco who is a lesbian and reportedly wants to marry her partner. she will be in the room as roberts guest during the prop 8 arguments. so will cc cnn senior analyst jeffrey toobin who will prep us on that, the author of "the oath." jeff, thanks for being here on "the lead." you're the lead on "the lead." there are a lot of legal issues and torts. but for you this comes down to one question. >> both cases, same question -- can the government, in giving out benefits, whether it's taxes, whether it's marriage, whether it's child custody, say gay people get one set of benefits and straight people get another? can gay people get less? those are really the questions in both cases, and the court has never really answered that question clearly. and we should know a lot more tomorrow. >> and in terms of court watching, we know that there are generally four -- traditionally four liberal justices we assume will support same-sex justices, three or four conservative justices who will probably oppose it. does this, like so many other cases before it, co
nations. roberth 26, we have johnson, chairman of r.l.j. companies incorporated. we have john h. noseworthy, medical doctor and mayodent and c.e.o. of the issues facinging the healthcare industry. i would like to present our with the traditional mug.nal press club coffee thank you. >> thank you, everybody, appreciate it. [applause] like to thank our audience for coming today and nationalto thank the press club staff including its andnalism institute broadcasting for organizing today's event and we have one final question. your man tous about put republicans into office. it's very detailed, many pages long. what's your plan to get the packers to bring home the super season?phy next >> boy, that's a tough one. i'm a huge packer fan say as long as we get to play the bears, the lionss and the detroit twice a year, we've got a pretty good avenue to the super bowl. i appreciate all of you, you've continue obviouslyreer and and in being here but i know we have of work to do as a nash party and i want to know that every day we're going to try to and the mission for the day to build up a
a great weekend it is. >> thank you. >> coming up next how the song john travolta made famous staying alive decades later. >> it's been 15 years but today came back to live in black and white. coming u >> chubby checker is now part of history. among 25 recording goesing into the library of congress today for the diversity and create activity. >> larry dancing on the set here. others include simon and gar funk yaels "sound of silence" and to see if your favorite song is on the list go to abc 7 news.com and click on see it on tv. hello there. >> did "gangnam style" make it? >> not yet. not yet. >> not a classic. >> in it's own way. >> yes. it is. >> i'm sure. a festival showcasing a unique genre of film making. >> the site of the disposable film festival. >> this is a four minute documentary how mexican cooks prepare almost all foods in every restaurant. >> it would have been more faezible. you can see mexican cooks cooking everywhere. we feel that it's still became an invisibility reality. >> if you want to know more about it we've got a link on our web site. >> steven tyler fights for
that aren't being recognized today and i want to give a south out to john cat he and officer david sand volunteer of the police department because they are doing prefix work because they know, they know along with our police chief and all the others that if we prevent people from getting injured if we can get them into lifestyles that are safer, we will be that much more successful as a city and they are doing that with gang prevention and motivation and aspiration for the youth getting them jobs as officers in a capacity outside of their uniform that is a wonderful thing. were the to give a shout out to doctor row chair oh, vickier. [spelling?] yes, she is a hero because, she is also trying too make sure that the none-violate lifestyle is taught when people visit the hospital can they get some injury prevention vice and making that are we can prevent those injury and is then of course, there are these culturally competent staff that we have at the hospital through barbara garcia's leadership and the whole commission to make sure that we have competent support, that talk with the pati
to participate with /staoeut certified apprenticeship programs at locations such as john o connel high school. also require responsible bidders that participate in state certified programs and provide healthcare to workers and their families. [inaudible] especially sfusd graduates equal to the average local participation level projects funded by the 2006 bond or equal to the overall local hire inging policy. require that -- require that at least 70 percent of the project work hours performed by the apprentices shall be performed by local residents, require that crack tors work for a [inaudible] ever 5 million dollars of construction cost if such graduates are available, establish an overall local participation target that will [inaudible] contractors [inaudible] such as a bonus payment. monitor local higher compliance on an on going basis and [inaudible] met and sustained concurrently develop processes and procedures for dealing with contractors who fail to meet their targets. this will be crafted [inaudible] on future projects. establish an oversight committee made up of community labor con
have responded? so okay. next speaker please. >> k u.n. takas and john lazar good afternoon. good afternoon sir and thank you -- for letting us express ourselves i just want to add the same thing i'm supporting my colleague here i'm a cab driver with yellow and actually a left turn for taxis should be allowed since it is you know we don't need to make people run away from taxis anymore. >> thank you, sir. next speaker please. >> mr. kantakas followed by john lazar and -- >> hi ladies and gentlemen. nice to be here. i have been here 29 years never take a vacation never been to my country. i drive a -- [inaudible] so i saw my friend in 2012 he said to me going to mta you pickup -- i meet them i said to him sir i never put my name on the list i never signed up anything could i apply for the senior permit he said yes you qualify. sure? yes you qualify. if you put your name on the list you qualify. so i said to him sir, i come back september 28 from greece so the first appointment happened 2012 and they said to me when i come back they said to me just a minute -- what happened h
in a more tar explosion. -- mortar explosion. the pentagon is moving to prevent another tragedy. john alston is in the newsroom with what happened. and john the fallout? >> as the day progressed the pentagon put a stop to all military use of 60 millimeter mortars until an investigation determines they are safe. the moratorium looks at the batch used at the hawthorne depot where a mortar exploded yesterday killing seven marines and injuring seven others. hawthorne, nevada is a military town, and with so many marines killed and injured at once, the vigil is a community affair. >> because of men and women like these dedicated young marines, we live in a land of freedom, peace and justice. may our ceremonies deepen reverence from these comrades. >> they were from camp lejeune. they were at the army depot in the nevada desert training for warfare when a 60 millimeter mortar exploded in a launching tube. >> every loss of life is heartbreaking. whether that occurs in afghanistan, hawthorne, nevada, north carolina or anywhere else. >> this shows how troops launch mortars, although this is not video
another tragedy. john alston is in the newsroom with what happened. and john the fallout? day >> as the day progressed the pentagon put a stop to all military use of 60 millimeter mortars until an investigation they are safe. the moratorium looks at the batch used at the hawthorne depot where a mortar exploded yesterday killing seven marines and injuring seven others. hawthorne, nevada is a military town, and with so many marines killed and injured at once, the vigil is a community affair. >> because of men and women like these dedicated young ce, peace and justice.land of may our ceremonies deepen from these comrades. >> they were from camp lejeune. they were at the army depot in the nevada desert training for warfare when a 60 millimeter mortar exploded in a launching tube. >> every loss of life is heartbreaking. whether that occurs in afghanistan,, hawthorne, nevada, north carolina or anywhere else. >> this shows launch launch mortars, although this is not video from the army base. miss fires can be stuck in the tube. the cause of monday night's explosion is unknown. >> acc
who suffer from drugs, substance abuse, chronic conditions. >> i would like to introduce john diaz from the san francisco paper, san francisco chronicle. i'm very pleased to introduce him now. john? [ applause ] >> thank you very much, jeff and good morning and welcome to our panel this morning on forced treatment and constitutional rights. can they coexist? i am john diaz, the editorial page editor from the san francisco chronicle and i'm moderating this modern's discussion with our distinguished panel. forced treatment as jeff node is one of the most contentious issues of mental health. as you look at our discussion there are informed and panelled views from both sides. there has been many debates on how to implement lawyer's law which consist of outpatient treatment. it was named after laura wilcox, a mental health worker who had been shot to death by a man who refused treatment. the county r remains the only county to implement the law. there have been other counties in los angeles county and other counties who are considering it. >> why have they not adopted the law. what is
. that might be the most scary. >> speaking of technology. we told you that john muller joined twitter. >> i did. in less than 24 hours i have 449 followers. pretty cool. if you want to follow me i'm @johnmullertv. i will tweet again. >> he will tweet again. >> i'm slowly getting up to speed. >> some one said the competition between you and i begins. who will get more followers? >> give me a few weeks. >> we'll be right back. followers? >> give me a few weeks. >> we'll be right back. but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans they pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and save you up to thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket costs. call today to request a free decision guide to help you better understand what medicare is all about. and which aarp medicare supplement plan works best for you. with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that
here. (calling names) >> good afternoon commissioner i'm john i'm here to ask you to regret the error commission. we have here to be given to you our legal counsels letter and our own mitigation passage it is necessary to be sufficient. everybody in city hall say that pedestrian safety and senior safety is their top priority. however, we only get the words not the action. starting in 1980 with the city at a redevelopment agency a number of crosswalks and actually in the last 15 years it's going backwards. you will see two pictures of sidewalks they were cut in half and the metro allowed their sidewalks to be supplied with tables and chairs that cut the sidewalk. a cumulative impact of pedestrian safety and capacity has not been done not for the errors but it should have been done and it has to be define now. we're asking you to turn this eir down at this time so it cabaret edited and so this can be made part of your action on this project. and most of all this need to have a new installation of the crosswalk and it's been planned for 20 years by never got built. several of our senior
of the developer who worked in good faith to resolve these issues. and if i may, i'd like to ask john kwong of the department of public works if he's here. is mr. kwong here? okay, my understanding was that he would be here, but that's fine. as mr. kwong is aware, we have a resolution that will involve certain work that will be done by this developer to address some of the issues raised by the neighborhood. so, with that understanding, i would ask that we move forward and approve this item. thank you. >> thank you. colleagues, can we take this item same house same call? without objection, this resolution is adopted. [gavel] >> item 9. >> item 9 is an ordinance amending the administrative code to rescind the sunset clause in the san francisco bonding and financial assistance program. >> same house same call? this ordinance is passed on first read. madam clerk, can you call items 10 and 11 >> item 10, ordinance a appropriating approximately $2.77 million of fee revenue for the planning department for fiscal year 2012-13. item 11 an ordinance amending the annual salary forectiontionv for i fis
up the fact once again we have the amazing st. john event doing our food in the north light court. so, at the conclusion of this evening's event we ask you all join us in the north light court to enjoy a wonderful selection of food and wine and drinks. i'd also like to take a moment, of course, and thank mayor lee for once again extending the invitation to host the event here as well at city hall as well as our new city administrator naomi kelly who will be making remarks here promptly in a little bit. and thank them for their generous hospitality not only 230er this event but for this program because without their leadership and support the neighborhood department network would not exist. i'd also like to thank the folks at the city hall events team who every year make this event come together and make it a success. in addition, i'd like to also thank our sponsors. * once again, pg&e the fifth year in a row stepped up and become a major sponsor here for the neighborhood empowerment network. we have two new event sponsors this year. we have next door, which is a new online program her
their children's health. ktvu's health and science editor john fowler has more. >> reporter: parents may think they are doing the right thing but doctors say the growing problems of diabetes may be caused by infant diets. >> reporter: he gets only breast milk. but a new study found 40% of babies under 40 months are getting solid food. >> mashing up fruit with rice cereal. >> sometimes you like them to have solid foods because they sleep better. [ laughter ] >> under 4 months we need to make it clear that has been shown to be related to higher risks of asthma. >> diabetes. each baby is unique but the ability to digest develops slowly. they recommend solid food only after six months. but 93% of babies by then are already eating solids, most with doctor approval. >> maybe give them cereal to start out with. >> reporter: he recommended daily cereal but the parents say they will wait. reporting live, health and science editor john fowler ktvu channel 2 news. >>> once it is authenticated a work out could be a new world record. [ music playing ] that is a lot of hula hoops. the listing is for the mos
upset on day one of the big dance. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. john berman is going to stop by later today. >> i'm zoraida sambolin. it is march 22nd. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. we begin with breaking news, a fatal shooting leaving three people dead at quantico and it is believed they are all marines. the shooter barricaded himself inside a building. police say he's among the dead after apparently shooting himself. shannon travis is live from quantico, virginia, this morning. shannon, what the very latest? >> reporter: we are told this is an active crime scene as the investigation is ongoing, but we are told three people are dead, all believed to be marines. the shooter is believed to be a male, the first victim is also believed to be a male, and the second victim, the gender is unclear. now, what actually happened around 11:00 p.m. we are told that a notification went out, that a dispatch was made, that there was a shooting near the officer's candidate school and basically after that the base was essentially on lockdown. a public address went over
, legislative aid to supervisor john avalos in your binder a briefing document and maps of the alcohol restricted use district and the planning department had it on two separate maps, and then you have the digest along with the legislation. and thank you, jeremy. >> good evening commissioners, i apologize for not being here when you first called the item. i was distracted by some constituents that we had and supervisor avalos sends his regrets he is celebrating his birthday at the southern pacific brewery right now, so he send me instead. the excelsior alcohol restricted use district was created in 200by then supervisor sandoval and apply as to off-site liquor licenses and doesn't apply to restaurant, bars and those sorts of establish thes and extend agency long the mission street corridor from 280 to the daly city border. it was originally established to expire after five years. we're not exactly sure why it was given that sunset date, but in talking tot neighborhood everybody seems to think it's working well and the air is more than well-served with liquor store and places to buy al
'm john berry, speaking on behalf of myself. i'm a small time realtor and property manager. i think if ever there is an issue it's in fact that we have to do this from the seismic issue and light safety issue and dollars cost to be saved by not having to rebuild so many thousands of buildings. i want to address that because that's kind of a given. as economic stuff, i manage about 80 units and in contrast to what your economist has said, i don't think a market rate is fixed given. i know i can market for raised money if there is no soft story issue risk involved . when i rent to place, i have a fire alarm system and it rents for much lower. market value is a benefit. it's a benefit to the property owner. as for the pass through, i have never done pass throughs that i tell my property owners that it's a lot of hassle. if you get into a huge amount of punish where there is a lot of pass throughs. my reading of the rent control detail is you only pass through half of a cost if it's a 5 unit building or more. a lot of the rent control law talks about passing through half and it's kept b
clements, david ading tonight, and edith st. john and squaun, but any member of the public that would like to speak, you each have three minutes >> randy shaw, i can't tell you how happy i am and honored that i am that the tender loin after a very difficult several decades is able to attract a world class beer operator because on that site historically that block used to be the world class, from really 1907 to 1930 that was the place to be in san francisco and we have had a difficult time particularly since the 1960s, and you know it sends a message when we have something like this open up in the tender loin. i spend every day to try to attract businesses, and we read the stories in the paper, everything is booming and we can't get the office space, they are fighting for every square inch of the street and we are not doing well. we are having problems and working with the mayor's office and we are not getting business because they don't think of doing it and it is out of their wind set and they are so obsessed with the street or the successful areas that we are unable to attract and bars i
will be hearing from the candidates in order as they appear on the agenda. is john [inaudible], is he here? okay. >> good afternoon, supervisor. i [speaker not understood]. i'm not sure they got the message that they were moved because i don't see one of the councilmembers here. >> okay. next person, then, is dan kida.3 if you keep your comments brief. thank you. >>> thank you. good afternoon, supervisors. i am actually dan flanagan. i am speaking for dan kida. we were noticed on this meeting fairly late and we had two conflicts. dan is the potential new member to the council and he has these words. he has been a certified arborist for the past 10 years. most of his career is spent working with the urban forest and pg&e. this involves working with diverse customer base who care deeply about their trees. the challenge is to ensure trees adjacent to power lines are kept safe distance while trying to satisfy their customers' expectations. he actually runs the crewses that have to inspect every single inch of pg&e wires every year, and he runs about four or five tree crews. so, he has probably more
, john eastman told nbc bay area, quote, we should leave prop 8 and doma in place and leave this to the political process. if people change their minds, we can implement through that mechanism. still, they're confident that both history and the law will be on their side. telling us today they feel a ruling is not only critical for same-sex couples looking for equal rights, but also for the next generation. >> they don't have to worry about being second-class citizens growing up. >>> also today, a group of influential doctors endorsed same-sex marriage. the american academy of pediatrics said it's in the best interests of children offering children long-term security, rights and benefits. the doctors made the declaration after four years of analysis and research. >>> the 20-year-old woman who said she was a rape victim last month at uc santa cruz has been officially charged with making a false report. she reported she was beaten and raped on campus in a mid afternoon attack. they stepped up police patrols, public meetings and an 11-day investigation. triplet had bruises on he
california's ban on same-sex marriage prop 8. daniel learned chief justice john roberts has two adopted kids and decided to send him a letter, sharing it on youtube before sending it off. >> when he reads the letter, i want him to please ask. >> next week's supreme court hearing will be emotional. >> well, it's never a good feeling to have your future in somebody else's hands. but we're nervous, you know. but we understand it's on an uncertain outcome, but we're also very hopeful. >> whatever the court decides, they'll get through it together. >>> we'll be watching for updates on the supreme court hearing next week. the city attorney's office will be there fighting for them. reporting live in san francisco, nbc bay area news. >> the lesbian couple in the center of the prop 8 case also spoke out today. crisper ri and sandy spear have been faces for the fight. the two berkley mothers say they're going into tuesday's supreme court hearing confident. more than 130 elected officials have voted overturning prop 8 and 61% of california voters support same-sex marriage. >> beyond the parents getting
area sporting community that would be john cardenale he's died. best known for his affiliation with the racetrack in sonoma where he was the vice president of communications. john had battled gastric cancer. he was only 47 years old. great help to everyone in the media. one of the most conciencious. >>> coming up tonight, we talk to a woman who says she was feared all because of a tweet. >> interesting. we hope to see you tonight at 10:00. thank you.
of the points that the appellant has stated in her brief and i will have john devalen come up and speak towards that but i do want to say that prior to signing the lease with oska i did do my due diligence and determined that the store was not a formula use retail space. we would not have signed the lease if we felt that was the case. let me turn it over to him. >> good evening, commissioners, john cevalen on behalf of oska while it is not involved with the appeal, it is clearly the focus of the appeal and we want to speak to the issues in her brief. we have entered to a lease with the owner of 2130 fillmore to operate a store. the permit is not related to the use of the retail space. the permit before you tonight is solely for structural strengthening and would need to be conducted before regardless of whot tenant is. >> they have filed a separate permit which has been appealed and will be before you on may
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